June 8, 2016
A misinformed truth-seeker.
Commander William Guy Carr's book "Pawns in the Game" has received a lot of attention in the truth-seeking community on the internet (and in the real world, I suppose) over the years.
But, this book, like many others circulating within the circles of the "movement" is sadly filled with lies and misinformation.
The brilliant late truth-seeking muckraker Michael Collins Piper, wrote in his book 'Ye Shall Know The Truth' that this book (Pawns) is filled to the brim with bizarre claims, contradictions and fabricated rumors.
The book says that Adolf Hitler were against the Nazi warlords.
But by far, the part of the book that have gained most attraction is the claim that Albert Bike predicted, or rather knew about elite insider mason-illuminati-zionist plans for a first, second and third world war. There is nothing in Pike's writing that points toward any of this.
Piper notes that it does not look like Carr was a disinformation shill, but a very misinformed man that was sincere in his beliefs.
For those who don't know, Piper died under very suspicious circumstances in a hotel after his house, filled with unique one-of-a-kind books and documents, was caught on fire under suspicious circumstances. Many people have come to believe that he was the victim of an assassination. It is not unthinkable, since because of the house fire. Many important documents will never see the light of day. Including a Third Reich documents revealing the Rothschild control over the British Empire.